Debbie Reynolds died the day after the death of her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher
Multi-talented actress and mother of Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds died at the age of 84 years. The actress played the main role in the classic musical "singin' in the rain".
Reynolds died on the day following the death of her daughter. Previously, Reynolds expressed his gratitude on his page in Facebook for your words of sympathy addressed to her dead daughter.
Like Fisher, Reynolds was only 20 years old when she starred in the film that defined all its further destiny. In 1952, she got the lead role in the musical "singin' in the rain". In 2001, Reynolds starred in the television movie "These old Brods", which was written by Carrie Fisher, along with Shirley MacLaine and Elizabeth Taylor. The Duo was particularly noticeable, as Reynolds and Taylor appeared in one of the public scandals of his era, when her husband Reynolds, singer Eddie Fisher, left her for a widowed Taylor.
All three of Reynolds ' marriages ended in divorce, including her second marriage to magnate Harry Karl, who lost most of the money pair. When roles in films was not enough, Reynolds continued to perform on stage and in night clubs - partly because of the need to restore their finances.